Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Arts and Crafts/Flower Arrangement

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Flower Arrangement
Arts and Crafts
General Conference
Skill Level 2 Answer-Keys 06.jpg
Year of Introduction: 1938

1. Name six perennials and six annuals suitable for indoor flower arrangement.[edit | edit source]

Perennials Annuals
  • Rose
  • Carnation
  • Tulip
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Calla Lily
  • Gaillardia Blanket Flower
  • Statice
  • Foxglove
  • Zinnia
  • Aster
  • Cosmos
  • Sunflower
  • Snapdragon

To do:
Add photos of these flowers

2. Name at least three flowers that bloom in the spring or early summer suitable for indoor flower arrangement.[edit | edit source]

Rose, Daffodil, Statice, Calla Lily, Snapdragon

3. Name at least three flowers that do not keep well when cut, and three that do.[edit | edit source]

Don't keep well: Poppy, Petunia, Morning Glory. Keep well: Rose, Statice, Calla Lily.

4. Give six suggestions regarding the cutting of flowers and their aftercare, such as when to cut, how to cut, and how to keep.[edit | edit source]

1. Cut flower stems with sharp scissors or cutters. 2. Cut stems at 45 degree angle. 3. Cut in morning before sun is hot. 4. Cut in evening before sundown. 5. Place cut flower stems in water as soon as possible. 6. Change the water in the vase daily.

5. At what stage of development should roses, gladioluses, and dahlias be cut?[edit | edit source]

Roses - Cut bud when sepals are opened half way. Gladioluses - Cut when 3/4 of the flowers have opened. Dahlias - Cut when the flower is 3/4 open.

6. Give three suggestions on the relation of containers to the flowers used, and three on the relation of arrangement to the room and furnishings.[edit | edit source]

Containers - Use bowls for short flowers. Use baskets for silk flowers. Use tall vases for tall flowers. Room furnishings - Use large arrangements for table center pieces. Use small arrangements for side or end tables. Flower colors should contrast with the wall colors.

7. In flower arrangement, what should be the relation of dark and light shades, large and small flowers, open and partly open flowers?[edit | edit source]

Use dark flowers in front of light backgrounds. Use light flowers in front of dark backgrounds. Use large flowers as the center focus flowers in an arrangement. Use small flowers as filler flowers in an arrangement near the vase's edges. Use open flowers as the center focus flowers in an arrangement. Use partly open flowers as filler flowers in an arrangement near the vase's edges.

8. Make two artistic flower arrangements in each of the following areas: (Fresh or silk flowers may be used.)[edit | edit source]

a. Table decoration[edit | edit source]

b. General house use[edit | edit source]

c. Public service[edit | edit source]

9. What are some wild flowers that could be used in arrangements for the home? What combinations of these flowers can be used?[edit | edit source]

Wildflowers that can be used include wild rose, daisy, blanket flowers, sunflowers and wild sweet peas. Use wildflowers whose sizes and colors complement each other.

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